We have known K-Swiss to make some pretty comfortable shoes since their insurgence into the tennis market in 1966. However, they have finally found a great competitor in the durability shoe line with the Men’s and Women’s Ultrashot 2. See how the Ultrashot 2 compared to some of the great durability tennis shoes in today’s market.
After having been replaced by the Hypercourt Express back in 2014/2015, many thought the Ultrascendor had been permanently laid to rest. They were wrong. To celebrate the shoe’s 20th anniversary, K-Swiss has allowed customers to experience the classic shoe yet again.
For the 2018 season, K-Swiss has five primary tennis shoes of differing purposes. They are the Knitshot, Ultrashot, Hypercourt Express, Big Shot Light 3, and Court Smash. We took an in-depth look at each to break down their differences.
Fans of the original SFX will be pleased to hear that the 3 returns to the basics of what made the first version so popular. It’s wide-foot friendly, and offers maximum comfort. In addition to this, Babolat has implemented new technologies to offer superior support and breathability.
Autumn is known for many things, but its beautiful colors top the list. To fit in with the season, Nike has just released an astounding variety of updated tennis shoe color options.
With adidas’ launch of late summer and fall tennis shoes, we primarily see new color offerings, but there was at least one major announcement that fans of the brand will be happy to see.